The French luxury brand Hermes' flagship store in Singapore's Liat Towers collaborates with artists in order to create distinct, eye-catching window displays that attract consumers.
The brand's current display features a piece called Smart Objects, which was designed by the French artist Julien Amouroux. As Hermes' purpose is to create window displays that are "whimsical, poetic and original," the Smart Objects display follows this same theme. It features a figure that looks like a human head and brain, while holes in the figure reveal various Hermes items on display, including shoes, purses and other accessories.
By collaborating with various artists, Hermes is able to promote itself as a brand that supports and is inspired by the creative community.
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The Liat Towers Hermes Store Collaborates with Artists
- By: Mishal OmarApr 11, 2017